Spectral Analysis, Autumn 2003
Homework no.4 has now been corrected, i.e., all homeworks have now been corrected, and can be collected the same way as previous homeworks (see below).
Homework no.5 has now been corrected and can be collected the same way as previous homeworks (see below).
Homework no.3 has now been corrected and can be collected the same way as previous homeworks (see below).
The last two computer labs will be interchanged since the last homework assignment, which is due on Friday (Oct. 10), is based on the last computer lab. Consequently the lab on Tuesday afternoon (Oct. 7) will be based on exercise C6.12, while the the lab on Thursday afternoon (Oct. 9) will be based on C5.13, instead of the other way around.
The time for the take-home exam has been changed. The exam will be handed out in one of the lecture rooms on the first floor of house 8 at 13.15 Wednesday October 15 and the solutions have to be handed in before 16.15 Thursday October 16.
Homework no.2 has now been corrected and can be collected the same way as no 1.
Homework no.1 has now been corrected and can be collected from one of the mailboxes marked "Inlämningsuppgifter UT" in house 8.
|Course Level||Study Period|
|Program||Course Code||Points||Reg. Code|
|Mathematics and natural sciences||1RT200||5||10816|
To provide the student with the knowledge necessary to think in the "frequency domain" and to introduce the state-of-the-art methods and algorithms for computer-aided spectral analysis of temporal and spatial signals with applications in communications, signal analysis, radar systems, emitter location, signal recognition, and others.
Linear algebra, Fourier analysis, Discrete-time signals and systems.
- Basic Definitions and the spectral estimation problem.
- Periodogram and correlogram methods.
- Improved periodogram-based methods.
- Parametric methods for rational spectra.
- Parametric methods for line spectra.
- Filter-bank methods.
- Spatial methods for array signal processing.
Five computer exercises:
- Power Spectral Densities (PSD's) and autocorrelation sequences. Download instructions for homework no. 1 in ps or pdf format.
- Periodogram methods. Download instructions for homework no. 2 in ps or pdf format.
- Rational parametric methods for line spectra. Download instructions for homework no. 3 in ps or pdf format.
- Filter-bank methods. Download instructions for homework no. 4 in ps or pdf format.
- Spatial Methods. Download instructions for homework no. 5 in ps or pdf format.
Note, that even though you are encouraged to discuss spectral analysis with your fellow colleagues, each of you is expected to solve the homeworks independently.
Bonus points for the exam will be given according to the quality of the homework solutions if the following deadlines are met:
Homeworks handed in later than this will not be corrected.
The computer-labs are mandatory. If you for some reason cannot attend a specific session, please, contact the person responsible for the lab well in advance. If your absence was not predicted, make this contact as soon as possible. Make sure that you come prepared (see the course syllabus(in ps or pdf format) for discription of the different lab sessions).
Combination of homework problems, compulsory computer-labs, and a take-home examination at the end of the course.